Do you remember what you were doing on 9/11? Who were you with? What were you wearing when you found out about the towers? I bet most of those details are pretty clear to you.
It has often been said that optimism is something that can’t be taught. You are either a glass is half-full or a glass is half-empty kind of person.
September is the Army’s suicide prevention month, and as such, it is essential that there be a focus on the importance of resilience building as it pertains to suicide awareness.
In order to build resiliency and change the Army culture, programs and tools must focus on the total Army of Soldiers, civilians and family members.
Parents, have your children received their annual influenza vaccines? Influenza, commonly known as “the flu,” is defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a contagious disease that is seasonally spread throughout the United States.
Soldier for Life program helps build confidence
Back-to-school events are drawing near this August, and it is a prime time for ensuring that children are up-to-date on all their immunizations. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease […]
Sugar is being called “the new tobacco.” Its many forms have been linked to the increasing rates of diabetes, heart disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and other chronic diseases in the United States.